Dahua focused on perimeter security at the conference, sharing its stand with Stafix as it showed how fencing and surveillance together offer estates a formidable perimeter security solution.
The company, which also sponsored the Johannesburg Residential Estate Security Conference in 2019, said the conference was good for the company and provided good exposure for the products on display.
Jet Zhu, Dahua’s technical manager for the Africa region, was also on hand to talk about how Dahua can assist in securing estates during the sponsors’ panel, which was held after the lunch break.
The Dahua stand had a thermal camera set up for visitors to look at, along with the displays to demonstrate what the viewer will see and can do from their control centre. The thermal camera provided more than simply thermal images as it was enhanced with Dahua’s artificial intelligence software which allows for more accurate detection and recognition of people and objects. In turn, this leads to far fewer false alarms, which allows the security team to focus on real alarms rather than running after fake alerts.
In addition to the thermal camera, Dahua also displayed a few other cameras on its stand, including some devices aimed at the home security market which are simple to set up and use.
Looking ahead, over the coming year Dahua will be placing more emphasis on artificial intelligence, machine vision and using these to deliver better business intelligence from video data. Summing it all up, Dahua wants to show how its solutions can deliver BI (business intelligence) and ROI (return on investment).
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